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All Wisconsin sports available on radio will be streamed FREE on badgersports network.com. A schedule of UW events and links
to the streams are available there. For mobile devices, download the iHeartRadio app to hear streams on your smartphones.
Subscriptions for Premium Content
There are two separate subscription packages for Big Digital Network (BTDN). One is for Wisconsin events only
all-access). The other is a conference wide package that gives users access
to all 11 school’s premium content (Nebraska is not included).
A Wisconsin Subscription will allow users access to all home and away events streamed
for the Badgers. A BTN subscription allows users all video events for all schools.
So whether it is a BTDN streamed event or a school streamed event, it would rest
on the home school player, the BTN player and the visiting team player.
To see if an event is streamed consult the school schedule on uwbadgers.com, or
on the Big Ten Digital Network.
All events that air on the Big Ten Network (BTN) will also be streamed live on BTN2Go. Users also have the ability
to view archived games on demand. The games that air on ESPN and/or CBS will be
available on demand on BTN2Go per their respective business rules. Also, iPad and
iPhone apps for BTN2Go are available. BTN2go.com requires a home cable/satellite
service to receive.
Living or traveling outside of North America to watch Big Ten games
If a user has a home in the US and pays for cable/satellite in that home, he/she
may be able to watch via BTN2Go.com (and BTN2Go iPad and iPhone apps). Currently,
DIRECTV, Dish Network, Charter and Time Warner subscribers that get BTN at home
can watch BTN Live 24/7 and On Demand via BTN2Go. ABC/ESPN televised games are added
for On Demand viewing beginning at approximately midnight ET on Saturday nights,
so any Badger game that airs on ABC or ESPN will be available a few hours after
it's finished. More cable partners are coming soon in addition to the four mentioned
Customers in Canada
If you are a customer in Canada trying to subscribe to InsideBadgerSports.com, please
NOTE: On occasion, if you are unable to view a live stream you may need to clear
your computer's cache. Here are the instructions:
PC: In a Web browser, such as Internet Explorer, clear a browser's cache by going
to Internet Options and deleting "Temporary Internet Files," while on Firefox, the
same thing can be done by clicking "Clear Private Data."
See a one minute video: http://www.ehow.com/video_4986961_clear-browsers-cache-pc.html
MAC: To clear a browser's cache on a Mac, open up the Safari menu and select the
empty cache feature.
See a one minute video: http://www.ehow.com/video_4978309_clear-browsers-cache-mac.html